Currently, I am pursuing my graduation and thinking about doing masters in Canada in the fall of 2023.?

Right now i am thinking about which English proficiency exam i need to take for doing masters in canada i am thinking that it would be easy to take dulingo exam ,any suggestions

Asked by Komatineni jaswanth about 2 years ago

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Divyakshi  Gupta

Divyakshi Gupta

Study Abroad Expert

If you decide to study in Canada, you must submit your applications within the allotted time frame, subject to rigorous restrictions. Certain admission intakes are given in brief specified intervals of the academic year and open for anywhere between two and four months to pursue a bachelor's or master's degree in Canada

Course Availability in Canada for Various Intakes
All top schools, including MS in Canada and MBA programmes, accept applications for the fall intake. Additionally, the January intake is an additional admissions window that aids colleges in conducting admissions for particular specialized courses or filling open seats. Though there may be a difference in the number of seats, a few programmes might be available for application in both windows. Conversely, because fewer applications were received, there may be less competition for candidates.

The September intake, often known as the fall intake, is the primary intake for applying to Canadian universities and draws a sizable number of applications from overseas students. Its deadlines, which start in September, range from December to March, depending on the university and degree. Ensure you have prepared all the necessary paperwork at least three to four months before the application window begins if you intend to apply for the September intake in Canada.

In addition to admission essays like Statements of Purpose (SOP) and Letters of Recommendation (LORs), these documents include language proficiency test results. Student acceptance letters are often sent out in April or the following months, at which point you can move on with the student visa application.

  • The University of Toronto
  • University of British Columbia
  • McGill University
  • University of Calgary
  • University of Ottawa
  • Carleton University
  • Humber College
  • University of Windsor
  • Sheridan College
  • McMaster University
  • Niagara College
  • University of Alberta
  • University of Waterloo
  • Queen's University
  • Ryerson University
  • Simon Fraser University
  • University of Manitoba

The January intake is the least well-known of the three intakes in Canada. The January intake, in particular, comprises several highly specialized programmes and a few courses where seats have not yet been filled. Students should remember that the qualifying requirements and application process are consistent throughout all Canadian intakes. You should take into account applying to the following universities for the January intake:

  • The University of Toronto
  • Carleton University
  • University of British Columbia
  • McGill University
  • University of Ottawa
  • Carleton University
  • Queen's University
  • Cape Breton University
  • Douglas College
  • Mount Saint Vincent University
  • Fanshawe College
  • Centennial College
  • Lambton College
  • University of Manitoba


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